Presbyterian Heritage Sunday has been set aside by the General Assembly of the PC(USA) as an annual day to celebrate, reflect upon, and learn more about the long and rich history of the Presbyterian movement in America. It falls on the Sunday closest to May 21, the date of the opening of the first General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America in 1789.
The Presbyterian Historical Society supports Heritage Sunday by preparing bulletin inserts for use by congregations throughout the United States.
Christian Education for the Now Generation
Christian education in the late 1960s fundamentally changed its approach to youth. More than just adopting the design habits of the day, the curricula strove for empathy rather than attempting to pull adolescents into the behavioral modes of adults. Read more.
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2013 Heritage Sunday bulletin cover.
2012. "Where History Lives: The Presbyterian Historical Society at 160"
2011. "Grow Christ's Church deep and wide"
2010. "Out of the believer's heart shall flow rivers of living water"
2009. "Do justice, love kindness, walk humbly with your God"
2008. "For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them"
2007. "People will come from East and West"
2006. "From Age to Age"
2005. "Sing to the Lord a New Song"
2004. The Beginnings of "One Great Hour of Sharing"
2003. "The Earth is the Lord's and All Who Live in It": Agricultural Ministry Work in India
2002. Witness the Good News: Our Mission Heritage in Korea
2001. "Let Justice Roll Down Like Waters": Presbyterians and Social Justice